Ram Niwas Bagh. Lush spacious gardens with a zoo, an aviary, a greenhouse, clubs, a herbarium, museum and popular sports ground. Maharaja Ram Singh II laid out these gardens in the year 1868 as a famine relief project for use of the public.
This garden is closest to the walled city and very popular with the inhabitants of the crowded by-lanes who often come here for walks and to eat at the various food stalls. When you approach the fountain, the road on the left leads to the Ravindra Manch, an auditorium and the road to the right leads out of the garden. The food stalls are on the right hand corner of this road. Kiran Cafe is famous for kulfi.
Straight ahead is the marvellous Albert Hall Museum. As you walk towards it, the zoo is on your left and the aviary to your right.